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Too and Enough
Too and enough
Too means more than sufficient or more than necessary.
Example: She was too terrified to move.
But enough, (as you may guess ) means the opposite: sufficient .
Example: Jade is intelligent enough to solve the problem.
Very easy lesson, isn't it? Now, it's time to practise!
(Note: we often use too before adjectives or adverbs, and enough after adjectives or adverbs or before nouns. You can also find too before nouns if there is much or many in the sentence:
EX: There are too many people on this bus).
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